|Cygnus Loop - Victor Hugo Flores|
Fractal music. Gingerbread tune. 8 sequences, mixed, audification of a Cygnus Loop pic. 72 h totals of work, midi sequences in Gingerbread + electronic sounds in MPTrack + edition and mixed in Wave Pad. firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywords: fractal; music; generative; generate; mandelbrot set; gingerbread; sonification; audification
|Never a Siren Sung - Victor Hugo Flores|
Fractal music. 4 sequences Gingerbread + synthesizer voice named Mary in space, in Patience Worth's poem: Never a Siren Sung. Edited & mixed with MPTrack & Wavepad. Egregora in the name of the file, is the name of my generative art project.
Keywords: fractal; music; generative; generate; mandelbrot set; gingerbread; sonification; audification; worth
|Self-Similar Sonification - Ryo Ikeshiro|
Notes on Sound ExamplesAll Sound Examples from Construction in Self (2009). All the Figs. represent only one dimension out of a total of three present in the Lorenz system. As inflection point triggering occurs in all three dimensions, for every peak or trough seen in the Figs. (in the y-dimension), two more occur in the x- and z- dimensions in close proximity. Therefore, three audifications as individual sounds are normally audible at every trough or peak shown in the Figs in Sound Examples 6 t...
Keywords: self-similar sonification; SSS; Construction in Self; Lorenz; dynamical; system; audification; sonification
|StartEndTime -The sound of the ground vibrations during the collapse of the World Trade Center. - Mark Bain|
Start time 2001.254.12:44:17.1360 UTC End time 2001.254.14:56:05.7258 UTC This work involves a process of audification of the seismological data record, which occurred in the area of New York State, New Jersey, and New England during the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings on September eleventh, 2001. The data streams were acquired from Columbia University's Geological survey lab, which run a network of earth monitoring stations in the area; with the closest being 34 km away from the ep...
Keywords: 9/11; World Trade Center; Mark Bain; seismology; ground vibrations; SET; audification; sound art